Corporate Support

As an independent charity working alongside the courts in Devon and Cornwall to support both offenders and victims, we are always seeking to build long-term partnerships with the local community and this includes businesses and organisations.

Help us to help you transform lives

CASS+ aims works with corporates to expand and extend our reach and resources, but also our impact in the local community.

We want to work to create truly impactful and sustainable partnerships with companies whose values align with our own.We firmly believe that businesses who help our invaluable work should benefit from their donation and support. This is why our partnerships will be bespoke and tailored specifically to meet your individual business objectives.

CASS+ is an innovative, unique and very specialised charity which provides a court- based advice service to provide relief and assistance to some of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged adults and their families. Support is given without judgement, but with respect and fairness to clients who are at risk or have been processed through the criminal justice system.

As well as helping these offenders get through the frightening and stressful experience of attending court, we give them practical and emotional support to help them get their lives back on track putting them in touch with other agencies where appropriate.

Why choose to support us?

We are a unique charity that provides an integrated and holistic approach to the provision of advice in the wider community. We are successful because we have a tight focus and operate an ‘open door’ confidential service within court settings.  Your generosity would help us to continue and expand. We pride ourselves on providing access to other services and complimenting them rather than duplicating what other agencies provide. Join us.

Here are some examples of ways that you could support CASS+. Any money raised helps to give people who are going through the criminal justice system a sense of hope and the ability to put their lives back on track. We’re committed to using funds in the most efficient ways possible.

How your company could partner with us

Philanthropy: Are you someone who is now successful in business, but had a troubled past? Do you want to share your lived experience and give back to the community? We can create a package for you that would not only support your values and our own but would give you both personal and professional satisfaction.

We are always looking to make new business relationships. For more information on developing a partnership and to discuss how you might get involved, please contact Carole Edwards:

CASS+ is always keen to develop relationships and are happy to discuss creative approaches to:

Strategic partnerships: Our aim is to create strategic partnerships that encourage companies to think holistically about their impact on societies, towards the pursuit of lasting and meaningful change. We also aim to work with companies to access institutional funding sources, where we believe that partnerships can amplify the impact of our work.

Employee engagement: Would the firm that you work for benefit from engaging with us? We have over 13 years’ of varied and valuable experience. Your employees would have the opportunity to see our work first-hand and witness the difference our support is making. We can work with you to develop bespoke volunteer placements for your employees.

Fundraising partnerships: If you choose to financially support our work we can work on bespoke programmes. Whether this is low-key fundraisers like having a donation box in your offices throughout the counties or supplying a guest speaker from CASS+ for a special event. We want to make working with us work for you.

Pro bono partnerships: We acknowledge that support can be given through companies’  expertise, knowledge and innovation. We are looking for pro bono partners to support innovation, and maximise the impact of our work.

Any donation of time or money will make a huge difference to the charity and, most importantly, to those who need our help.

For further information, contact: